Cheer Up Quinny It’s All In Your Head

Need a reason to hit the road and catch up with all your Hobie mates? Then Vincentia Sailing Club has it.

Our mate Quinny is doing it tough at the moment and we want all the Hobie crowd to come and say G’day.

This will really give him something to look forward to!

Quinny has been sailing Hobie’s for 40 years; he has owned 16s, 18s and Wildcats, and was one of the instigators of our 14 resurgence.

All Hobie Cats are welcome… and you really don’t have to bring your boat! So set aside Feb 6th and 7th to HAVE A HOBIE DAY in Jervis Bay!

Notice of race HERE

Please book accommodation asap as local accommodation quickly fills!

For more information, please contact Mick Butler on 0402 908 785.

Feb 05

February 5, 2021 3:00 pm - February 7, 2021 5:00 pm

44 Plantation Point Pde, Vincentia NSW 2540, Australia

Event Information Sheet

Notice of Race – The Quinny Regatta

6th and 7th February 2021
Vincentia Sailing Club

The organising authority is Vincentia Sailing Club.

Revised 24/09/2020

1. RULES

1.1

The regatta will be governed by the rules as defined in the current Racing Rules of Sailing.

1.2

The prescriptions of Australian Sailing shall apply.

1.3

The Class Rules of the International Hobie Class Association (IHCA) will apply.

1.4

It is requirement of entry that compliance with current COVID19 restrictions is observed. Failure to do so or not comply with requests from the Organising Authority may result in disqualification.

1.5

Racing rule 40 will be changed as follows:

 

Competitors shall wear personal flotation devices whilst afloat, except briefly while changing or adjusting clothing or personal equipment. Wet suits and dry suits are not personal flotation devices. Changes RRS Rule 40.

 

2. ADVERTISING

2.1

Advertising will be as defined by World Sailing Regulation 20.

2.2

Boats may be required to display advertising chosen and supplied by the Organising Authority. If this rule is broken, World Sailing Regulation 20.9.2 applies. [DP]

 

3. ELIGIBILITY and ENTRY

3.1

This is a Hobie regatta is open to mates of Quinny and all the Hobie mob. If you don’t own a Hobie, borrow one, or bring a box of XXXX and watch the action with Quinny.

3.2

At least one person on each boat shall sample at least 1 (one) XXXX on the weekend (youth excepted)

3.3

Competitors shall be members of a sailing club affiliated with Australian Sailing or a National Authority.

3.4

A minimum of 3 entries are required to form a class. If sufficient entries for a class are not received by 1st of February 2021, the Organising Authority may be coerced into turning a blind eye if a XXXX is passed under the table.

3.5

Entry shall be made online at www.vincentiasailingclub.com.au

 

4. FEES

4.1

Required registration fees are in $AUD as follows:

Class

Enter before 05/02/2021

Enter from 05/02/2021

 

1 person boat

$100

$140

2 person boat

$110

$150

 

5. SCHEDULE

5.1

Registration and Weigh-in:

Saturday

6th February 2021

0930 to 1000

5.2

Briefing:

Saturday

6th February 2021

1000

5.3

Schedule of racing:

Day

Date

All Classes

Saturday

6th February 2021

racing (no warning signal before 1100)

Sunday

7th February 2021

racing (no warning signal before 0930 or after 1500)

5.4

Number of races:

Class

Number

Races per session

All Classes

up to 10

up to 5

5.5

The presentation will be held after completion of racing on Sunday 7th February 2021 subject to government Covid-19 regulations.

 

6. SAILING INSTRUCTIONS

The sailing instructions will be available after Midday on Wednesday 3rd February 2021 on the web site and on the notice board at Vincentia Sailing Club.

Printed copies will not be available.

 

7. VENUE

Attachment A shows the venue and location of the racing area.

 

8. THE COURSE

The course(s) to be sailed will be as described in the Sailing Instructions.

 

9. PENALTY SYSTEM

For all Hobie classes rule 44.1 is changed so that the Two-Turns Penalty is replaced by the One-Turn Penalty.

 

10. SCORING

10.1

One race is required to be completed to constitute a series.

10.2

a)

When fewer than four races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of her race scores.

b)

When 4 or more races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of her race scores excluding her worst score.

 

12. SAFETY

12.1

All competitors shall wear personal flotation devices whilst afloat which are in good condition and are in accordance with the specifications issued or approved by a national authority affiliated to the International Sailing Federation, or a standards organisation, or certification authority. Attention is drawn to Fundamental Rule 1.2

12.2

Sailors are strongly recommended to use trapeze harnesses with a quick release hookless system or a quick release hook, which meets the ISO 10862 standard.

12.3

HELMETS – If sailors wish to wear head protection it is strongly recommend they use helmets of European standard EN1385

 

13. SUPPORT BOATS

Team Managers, Coaches and other support personnel shall keep 100m clear of the course area after the warning signal, except in boats provided by the organising authority or when asked to assist by the Race Committee.

 

14. RADIO COMMUNICATIONS

Except in an emergency, a boat shall neither make radio transmissions while racing nor receive radio communications not available to all boats. This restriction also applies to mobile telephones.

 

15. BOAT STORAGE

Boats and trailers shall be kept in the areas assigned by the Organising Authority while off the water.

 

16. PRIZES

Prizes will be awarded to at the discretion of the Organising Authority.

 

17. RIGHTS TO USE NAME AND LIKENESS

In participating in an event, a competitor automatically grants the Organising Authority, the Class and the sponsors of the event, the right in perpetuity, to make, use and show, from time to time and at their discretion, any motion pictures, still pictures and live, taped or film television and other reproductions of him/her during the period of the competition for the said event in which the competitor participates and in all material related to the said event without compensation.

 

18. RISK STATEMENT

Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk and they are reminded of the
provisions of RRS 4, Decision to Race. Sailing is by its nature an unpredictable sport and
therefore involves an element of risk. By taking part in the event, each competitor agrees and
acknowledges that:Competitors participate in the regatta entirely at their own risk and they are reminded of the
provisions of RRS 4, Decision to Race. Sailing is by its nature an unpredictable sport and
therefore involves an element of risk. By taking part in the event, each competitor agrees and
acknowledges that:

(a)

They are aware of the inherent element of risk involved in the sport and accept responsibility for the exposure of themselves, their crew and the boat supplied to them to such inherent risk whilst taking part in the event;

(b)

They are responsible for the safety of themselves, their crew, their boat and their other property whether afloat or ashore;

(c)

They accept responsibility for any injury, damage or loss to the extent caused by their own actions or omissions;

(d)

By participating in any race, they are satisfied that their boat is in good order, equipped to sail in the event and they are fit to participate;

(e)

The provision of a race management team, patrol boats, umpires and other officials and volunteers by the organiser does not relieve them of their own responsibilities;

(f)

The provision of patrol boat cover is limited to such assistance, particularly in extreme weather conditions, as can be practically provided in the circumstances;

(g)

These terms do not operate to exclude any provision of the Australian Consumer Law that applies and cannot be excluded by agreement.

 

19. INSURANCE

19.1

Each participating boat shall present a valid insurance certificate showing proof of third party liability coverage of at least AUD $5,000,000 (recommended $10,000,000) (or equivalent) per incident.

19.2

Competitors will be required to supply insurance details as part of the online entry.

 

20. AMENDMENTS

Any amendments to this Notice of Race will be posted on the event web site at: https://nsw.hobiecat.asn.au/

 

21. FURTHER INFORMATION

For further information please contact the organisers via the website https://nsw.hobiecat.asn.au/

 

24. SAFETY NOTES TO THE SAILORS:

GENERAL

If wind, wave, or water conditions make you doubtful of your ability to handle the conditions, retire from the race.

ELECTRICAL POWER LINES – AVOID!!!

Before raising the mast, and always while sailing, check for and avoid low overhead electrical power lines. If you see a power line, AVOID IT! A MAST COMING IN CONTACT OR EVEN NEAR AN ELECTRICAL POWER LINE CAN CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH TO PEOPLE ON OR TOUCHING THE BOAT!

Attachment A

 

Sailing Instructions – The Quinny Regatta

1st release 05/02/2021

1. RACING RULES

1.1

The regatta will be governed by the current Racing Rules of Sailing.

1.2

The prescriptions of Australian Sailing will apply.

1.3

Racing rule 40 will be changed as follows:

a)

Competitors shall wear personal flotation devices whilst afloat, except briefly while changing or adjusting clothing or personal equipment. Wet suits and dry suits are not personal flotation devices. Changes RRS Rule 40.

1.4

It is requirement of entry that compliance with current COVID19 restrictions are observed. This includes, but is not limited to every competitor signing in to our Covid Check-in page each day with the QR code provided. Failure to do so or not comply with requests from the Organising Authority may result in disqualification.

2. NOTICES TO COMPETITORS AND SKIPPER’S MEETING

2.1

Notices to competitors will be posted on the official notice board in the club house.

2.2

Changes to the Sailing Instructions will be posted before 09:00 hours on the day they will take effect. Schedule changes will be posted by 20:00 hours on the day before they are to take effect.

2.3

There will be a competitors meeting outside the clubhouse on Saturday 6th February at 1000. Other skippers’ meetings may be scheduled as required.

2.4

Competitors must be aware of other classes racing, and keep clear of boats racing when sailing to and from the course.

3. SIGNALS MADE ASHORE

3.1

Signals made ashore will be displayed on the Flag pole at the front of the club house.

3.2

When flag AP is displayed ashore, ‘1 minute’ is replaced with ‘not less than 30 minutes’ in race signal AP.

4. SCHEDULE

All Classes

Registration

Saturday

6th February 2021

0930 to 1000

Sailors Meeting:

Saturday

6th February 2021

1000

 

Dates of racing:

 

Day

Date

All Classes

Saturday

6th February 2021

First Warning not before 1100

Sunday

7th February 2021

First Warning not before 0900, Last warning not after 1500

 

4.1

Racing may be back to back (max of 4 races per session) with a maximum of 10 races for the series.

4.2

When back-to-back races are to be held, the Race Committee Signals Vessel will display the Answering Pennant at the finish line. The warning signal for the next race will be made as soon as practicable after the finish of the preceding race. This changes race signals Answering Pennant.

4.3

On the last day of the regatta, no warning signal will be made after 15:00 hours.

5. CLASS FLAGS

Class flags will be as follows:

FLAG

CLASS

Grey Class Flag

Hobie 14

Pink Class Flag

Hobie 16

Green Class Flag

H17, H18, Tiger, Wildcat

6. RACE AREA

The race area will be on the waters in the vicinity of VSC. See Attachment A.

7. PROHIBITED SAILING

7.1

There are no areas of prohibited sailing.

8. COURSES

8.1

The International Hobie Cat Class Courses will be used as shown in Attachment B.

8.2

All marks, except gates are to be left to port.

8.3

When there is a gate, boats shall sail between the gate marks from the direction of the previous mark and round either gate mark.

8.4

The offset mark, if used, is defined as a mark located approximately 50 to 100 metres from the windward mark and approximately at right angles to the wind direction. It applies both at the beginning of downwind legs and at reaches.

8.5

H14 only:>

If course “1 GO M” or “2 GO M” is displayed at the start, then after the first lap Mark O and Mark A form a gate. After rounding either mark, pass downwind through the gate.

9. MARKS

9.1

Marks A and O will be a large orange inflatable buoys.

9.2

Mark A1, C and G will be yellow self inflating buoys.

9.3

Mark O1 will be yellow self inflating buoy with a black stripe.

9.4

The starting and finishing line port end mark will have an orange flag

9.5

Mark A and O are for H14 only

9.6

Mark A1 and O1 are for ALL classes other than H14

10. THE START

10.1

Races will be started by using rule 26 with the warning signal given 3 minutes before the starting signal.

10.2

The starting line will be between a staff displaying an Orange flag on the Race Committee Signal Vessel at the starboard end and the port end start mark.

10.3

Boats whose warning signal has not been made shall avoid the starting area.

10.4

A boat starting later than 4 minutes after her starting signal will be scored Did Not Start. This changes rule A4.2

10.5

Start line obstruction: The start line shall rank as an obstruction for classes previously started while other classes are starting and in sequence until after the last class has successfully started.

10.6

Minimum wind conditions: No race will be started in under 5 knots of wind at all marks of the course as determined by the Race Committee.

 

11. THE FINISH

11.1

The finish line will be between a staff displaying an Orange flag on the Race Committee Signal Vessel and the finish mark.

11.2

Finish Line Obstruction: The finish line shall rank as an obstruction when a blue flag or shape is displayed on the Race Committee Signal Boat at the finish line.

12. PENALTY SYSTEM

Rule 44.1 is changed so that only one turn, including one tack and one gybe, is required.

13. TIME LIMITS

There will be no time limit. Boats may be ‘Finished On Course’ (FOC) at the discretion of the race committee. All boats notified ‘FOC’ shall return immediately to the start area while avoiding any boats still racing. This changes rules 28.1, 35 and A4.1

14. PROTESTS AND REQUESTS FOR REDRESS

14.1

Protest forms are available at the sailing office. Protests shall be delivered there within the protest time limit.

14.2

For each class, the protest time limit is 60 minutes after the last boat has finished the last race of the day. The same protest time limit applies to all protests by the Race Committee and Protest Committee and to requests for redress.

14.3

Notices will be posted within 30 minutes of the protest time limit to inform competitors of hearings in which they are parties. Hearings will be held in the TSC clubhouse beginning at the first reasonable opportunity after the completion of racing.

15. SCORING

15.1

The Low Point scoring system of Appendix A4.1 of the Racing Rules of Sailing will be used.

15.2

1 race is required to be completed to constitute a series.

15.3

When fewer than 4 races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of its race scores.

15.4

When 4 to 7 races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of her race scores excluding her worst score.

15.5

When 8 or more races have been completed, a boat’s series score will be the total of her race scores excluding her two worst.

15.6

Unless otherwise prescribed in these Sailing Instructions, The Jury may award a scoring penalty as an alternative to DSQ. The penalty will be at the discretion of the Jury. This changes Rule 64.1.

16. SAFETY REGULATIONS

16.1

A boat that retires from racing shall notify the Race Committee as soon as possible.

 

17. RUBBISH DISPOSAL

Boats shall not put rubbish in the water. Rubbish may be placed aboard support and Race Committee boats.

18. RACE COMMITTEE BOATS

All race committee boats will identified at the sailors meeting.

19. RADIO COMMUNICATION

A boat shall neither make radio transmissions while racing nor receive radio communications not available to all boats. This restriction also applies to mobile telephones.

20. PRIZES

Prizes will be awarded according to number of entries at the discretion of the organising authority.

21. DISCLAIMER OF LIABILITY

21.1

It is the competitor’s decision to enter an event or to start and continue in any race. Competitors shall accept that their participation in an event is at their exclusive risk in every respect. Attention is drawn to Fundamental Rule 4 – Decision to Race. The Organising Authority, and the respective host class association(s), their officers, members, servants and agents accept no liability in respect of loss of life, personal injury or loss or damage to property which may be sustained by reason of their participation or intended participation in an event or how so ever arising in connection with an event.

21.2

The sponsors, organising authority and their officers, members, servants and agents and all parties involved in the organisation and conduct of the regatta shall not be liable in respect of loss of life, personal injury or loss or damage howsoever caused which may occur whether ashore or afloat during or in conjunction with the regatta.

21.3

The Notice of Race and Sailing Instructions do not limit or reduce the complete and unlimited responsibilities of each competitor for the management and care of a boat that he or she has entered in the regatta.

22. INSURANCE

22.1

All boats competing shall have third party insurance cover of not less than AUD$5,000,000 or equivalent thereof in any other currency for any accident.

22.2

All owners/competitors who sign the Entry Form are deemed to have made a declaration that they hold such cover. Competitors may be required to produce evidence of such insurance and any competitor not holding this cover shall withdraw their entry. Adequate race insurance is also recommended for this event.

23. SPECIAL NOTES

23.1

Race Committee boats shall rank as obstructions.

23.2

The Race Committee will not answer any questions on the water.

23.3

Any boat receiving ‘hands on’ assistance, whilst racing, from a Race Committee boat will be scored Did Not Finish. The Race Committee may decide when a boat or crew needs assistance.

24. Safety notes to competitors

24.1

If wind, wave or water conditions make you doubtful of your ability to handle the conditions, retire from the race.

24.2

Before raising the mast and always whilst sailing, check for and avoid low overhead electrical power lines. If you see a power line, avoid it. A mast coming in contact or even near an electrical power line can cause serious injury or death to people on or touching the boat.

24.3

Sailors are strongly recommended to use trapeze harnesses with a quick release hookless system or a quick release hook, which meets the ISO 10862 standard

24.4

If sailors wish to wear head protection it is strongly recommend they use helmets of European standard EN1385

25. Advertising

25.1

Advertising will be as defined by ISAF Regulation 20.

25.2

Boats may be provided with, and required to display and maintain sponsors advertising on port and starboard hulls, in a location acceptable to the organizing authority.

 

 

Results – The Quinny Regatta

 

2021 The Quinny Regatta

 

Run at Vincentia Sailing Club

Place



Class: Hobie 14


– 8 Races Sailed with 2 Drops

Place Score Boat Name Skipper Crew Sail No Club Ht 1 Ht 2 Ht 3 Ht 4 Ht 5 Ht 6 Ht 7 Ht 8
1 11 Kermit Andrew Mckenzie 63300 Vincentia 2.0 2.0 1.0 2.0 [11.0] [4.0] 1.0 3.0
2 12 Abso-bloody-Luthuli Mick Butler 2 Vincentia Sailing Club 1.0 1.0 2.0 [6.0] 2.0 3.0 3.0 [4.0]
3 19 Cheeky II Patrick Butler 45725 Vincentia Sailing Club 3.0 [8.0] [10.0] 5.0 1.0 1.0 7.0 2.0
4 22 Rowdy cat Geoff Rowdon 63266 Somers YC 4.0 3.0 3.0 1.0 [12.0] 7.0 4.0 [7.0]
5 29 Wear the fox hat Andrew Keag 61992 Southport Yacht Club 6.0 4.0 7.0 [9.0] [13.0] 5.0 2.0 5.0
6 31 Free Willy Will McKenzie 63279 Vincentia Sailing Club 5.0 [29.0F] 5.0 3.0 3.0 [11.0] 9.0 6.0
7 43 PUNKY Peter Walker 63329 MANNERING PARK [14.0] 5.0 4.0 7.0 [16.0] 13.0 13.0 1.0
8 45 Hairy cat Zak Rowdon 63330 Somers YC 7.0 [29.0F] [14.0] 4.0 5.0 6.0 10.0 13.0
9 52 Upside Down Cake Peter Bates 63140 RQYS 9.0 6.0 [15.0] [29.0S] 10.0 14.0 5.0 8.0
10 55 Whiplash Craig Hatton 40153 Vincentia 8.0 10.0 [17.0] 12.0 [17.0] 10.0 6.0 9.0
11 57 Fanta Pants Darren Schmidt 52261 Mannering park [29.0F] 7.0 6.0 16.0 6.0 8.0 [20.0] 14.0
12 62 Blue Ass Blowie Peter Dobson 63276 Vincentia Sailing Club 11.0 9.0 13.0 10.0 [14.0] [25.0] 8.0 11.0
13 70 BRIAN BATES 40189 VINCENTIA 12.0 14.0 [19.0] [29.0S] 7.0 15.0 12.0 10.0
14 80 Game Changer Aaron Robinson 63331 MPASC 16.0 13.0 11.0 8.0 [23.0] 16.0 16.0 [16.0]
15 85 Bad Becky Bryn Robinson-Mills 31097 Vincentia Sailing Club [17.0] 16.0 [20.0] 13.0 15.0 12.0 14.0 15.0
16 87 Bob Jeremy Lawson 45610 Vincentia 15.0 18.0 12.0 14.0 [22.0] [18.0] 11.0 17.0
17 89 Bad Banana Split Nick Eastment 63295 Vincentia Sailing Club 13.0 12.0 16.0 11.0 19.0 [19.0] 18.0 [29.0F]
18 94 Vamoose Lachlan Macfarlane 63251 RQYS 18.0 20.0 9.0 17.0 9.0 21.0 [22.0] [29.0S]
19 95 Swoit Daniel Johnstone 63242 Mannering Park 24.0 19.0 29.0F [29.0S] 4.0 2.0 17.0 [29.0S]
20 102 Last bloody stand Stephen Watt 45703 Wangi 19.0 15.0 [29.0F] [29.0F] 21.0 20.0 15.0 12.0
21 108 Red Hot Fox Andrew Nelson 63293 Mannering Park 10.0 11.0 18.0 15.0 25.0 29.0F [29.0S] [29.0S]
22 114.5 two foot too short Rob Branch 45737 RQYS 29.0F 22.0 8.0 18.5 8.0 29.0F [29.0S] [29.0S]
23 117.5 Revolution 14 Adrian Mills 41791 Vincentia Sailing Club 21.0 17.0 22.0 18.5 18.0 [22.0] 21.0 [29.0F]
24 125 Squashed Frog Noah Skewes 63252 Vincentia 22.0 23.0 21.0 20.0 20.0 [23.0] 19.0 [29.0F]
25 143 Locomotive Luke Crouch 61270 Somers 20.0 21.0 29.0F 29.0S 27.0 17.0 [29.0S] [29.0S]
26 149 Better late… Kylie Woods 36690 Southern Highlands Sailing 29.0F 29.0F 29.0F 29.0S 24.0 9.0 [29.0S] [29.0S]
27 154 White Knight 1977 Scott Hammond 24855 Southern Highlands Sailing Club 23.0 29.0F 29.0F [29.0S] 26.0 24.0 23.0 [29.0S]
28 162 Lady 14 Dianne Brack 63294 VSC 29.0F 29.0F 29.0F 29.0S 28.0 [29.0F] [29.0S] 18.0



Class: Hobie 16


– 8 Races Sailed with 2 Drops

Place Score Boat Name Skipper Crew Sail No Club Ht 1 Ht 2 Ht 3 Ht 4 Ht 5 Ht 6 Ht 7 Ht 8
1 7 Grinch Campbell Weddell Naomi Chiu 115105 PMYC 1.0 1.0 1.0 [6.0] [5.0] 2.0 1.0 1.0
2 11 Ahti Anthony Duchatel Evelyn Harves 115102 PBSC 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0 1.0 [3.0] [2.0]
3 19 Monkey Magic Fletcher Warren-Myers Georgia 114203 Torquay Sailing Club 3.0 3.0 [5.0] 3.0 3.0 3.0 4.0 [4.0]
4 20 The Barbaloots David Fisher Hayley Fisher 114595 PBSC 5.0 [7.0] [7.0] 4.0 1.0 5.0 2.0 3.0
5 27 Neville Arbi Watt Ellie Knorre 113790 Wangi 4.0 6.0 3.0 1.0 7.0 [7.0] 6.0 [7.0]
6 35 Sledder David Chester Liam Harding 113693 TVSC [8.0] 4.0 6.0 7.0 6.0 [9.0] 7.0 5.0
7 36 MANU Upu Kila Ainslie Gordon 114685 PBSC 6.0 5.0 4.0 [9.0] [9.0] 8.0 5.0 8.0
8 41 Has Beens Bella Zanesco John Philp 109828 Vinentia [10.0] 9.0 9.0 5.0 8.0 4.0 [9.0] 6.0
9 41 Bayside Optical James Rhodes Steph Lord 111742 Vincentia Sailing Club 7.0 8.0 8.0 8.0 4.0 6.0 [8.0] [10.0]
10 58 Puppy love’s Quinny Bonnie Butler Chilli Engel 112124 Vincentia Sailing Club 9.0 10.0 [16.0F] [16.0S] 10.0 10.0 10.0 9.0
11 65 Bad Dog Clare Eastment Kerry Bates 64 Vincentia Sailing Club 11.0 11.0 10.0 10.0 12.0 [12.0] [12.0] 11.0
12 68 Blue Smurf Conor Greagsbey Joey Thomas 109810 Somers YC 12.0 12.0 11.0 [12.0] 11.0 11.0 11.0 [16.0S]
13 80 Squiggly gum Stephen Andersson Arthur Targa 47 Vincentia 13.0 13.0 [16.0F] 11.0 15.0 15.0 [15.0] 13.0
14 86 Quinnsail Georgii Mckenzie Rachel Quinn 114223 Vincentia 16.0C 16.0C [16.0C] [16.0C] 14.0 14.0 14.0 12.0
15 87 Monday Jon Hoile Imogen Hoile 114385 PBSC 16.0C 16.0C 16.0C [16.0C] 13.0 13.0 13.0 [16.0S]



Class: Hobie 17


– 8 Races Sailed with 2 Drops

Place Score Boat Name Skipper Crew Sail No Club Ht 1 Ht 2 Ht 3 Ht 4 Ht 5 Ht 6 Ht 7 Ht 8
1 6 MoreTrubble Alan Davis 5960 Lake Jindabyne Sailling Club 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 [1.0] [2.0C]



Class: Hobie 18


– 8 Races Sailed with 2 Drops

Place Score Boat Name Skipper Crew Sail No Club Ht 1 Ht 2 Ht 3 Ht 4 Ht 5 Ht 6 Ht 7 Ht 8
1 6 Get it wet Jake de Rooy Nic Humphrey 16897 Vincentia Sailing Club 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 [1.0] [1.0]
2 15 Passing Wind Jack Droomer Maddie Gillard 16804 AMYC 3.0S 3.0S 3.0S [3.0S] 2.0 2.0 2.0 [3.0S]



Class: Tiger


– 8 Races Sailed with 2 Drops

Place Score Boat Name Skipper Crew Sail No Club Ht 1 Ht 2 Ht 3 Ht 4 Ht 5 Ht 6 Ht 7 Ht 8
1 6 PREKERRIEOUS Kerrie Driver Andrew Driver 2754 Vincentia Sailing Club 1.0 1.0 [4.0C] [4.0S] 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
2 16 Tiger in the Wild Peter Manley Stefan Ochsenbein 2268 4.0C 2.0 4.0C [4.0S] 2.0 2.0 2.0 [4.0S]
3 21 Bruiser Glen Gilbert Ashleigh Gilbert 2733 Vincentia 4.0S 4.0S 4.0C 1.0 4.0F 4.0S [4.0S] [4.0S]

F=DNF, C=DNC, S=DNS

Updated: 07-Feb-2021 20:48:04 by sailingclubresults.com

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